Hi Ashok Ra,
I assume, first time you have copied the the the android mesh app source code folder into Android-Codes folder and in second time you tried to build from installer default location. Both the case you may get errors. Please try to build the project using below steps.
One important step you will have to do is to copy BT-SDK folder into C drive (or other drive) and open the MeshApp android project from it.
This step will help you to overcome the path limitation of 'folders\subfolders' in Windows. Could you please try below steps. If you copy only MeshApp folder instead of BT-SDK folder, then you are missing the mesh include files located inside the BT-SDK folder.
Could you please try the following steps and build the project.
- Install the latest BTSDK1.3 from the community -ModusToolbox BT SDK 1.3
- Copy "BT-SDK" folder into your C drive directly. (BT-SDK folder is located inside ModusToolbox_1.1\libraries\bt_sdk-1.1\components)
- Open the MeshApp project from AndroidStudio. (\BT-SDK\common\apps\snip\mesh\peerapps\Android\src\MeshApp)
- Clean and Rebuild the project.
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